Posts Tagged ‘spacecraft’

Lockheed Martin delivers first module for GPS III spacecraft

HANCOCK COUNTY — The Lockheed Martin team developing the U.S. Air Force’s next generation Global Positioning System III satellites has delivered the first spacecraft’s propulsion core module to the company’s Denver, Col.-area GPS Processing Facility (GPF). According to the company, the milestone represents the program’s first major hardware delivery for GPS III Space Vehicle 1 […] [...]

Shuttle to buzz Stennis during retirement flight

by Associated Press Published: September 13,2012

Tags: aerospace, engine, flyover, retire, retirement, rocket, space exploration, Space Shuttle, spacecraft, technology, test, testing

HANCOCK COUNTY — Space Shuttle Endeavour, headed for retirement in California, is scheduled to perform low flyovers — as low as 1,500 feet — as it passes NASA facilities in Mississippi and Louisiana. Stennis Space Center tested the orbiter’s main engines. Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans is where the shuttle’s iconic orange external fuel […] [...]

ATK rolls out new, expanded Liberty spacecraft

by MBJ Staff Published: July 3,2012

Tags: cargo, defense, manufacture, manufacturer, manufacturing, military, space, space exploration, spacecraft

IUKA — ATK, developer of the Liberty commercial spacecraft, has unveiled a new expanded crew and cargo capability. The extended cargo configuration will allow the Liberty spacecraft to take full advantage of the launch vehicle lift capacity to transport a pressurized pod (the Liberty Logistics Module, or LLM) along with the composite crew module. Based […] [...]

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